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Name/Title
Ophiomyxa brevirima. A bristle starfish. The central disk is small and round. It has 5 long thin arms. The arms are banded brown with thin pale brown. All arms are rather spiny.
Accession No
A100.515

Name/Title
It has a small central disc with six thick arms coming off it.
Accession No
A100.516

Name/Title
Perna canalicula. A large mussel shell. It is only one half of the mussel. The outside of the shell is greenish brown colour. The inside of the shell is white. The edges of the shell is broken.
Accession No
A100.517

Name/Title
A grey spiralled sponge. It is soft and fragile.
Accession No
A100.518

Name/Title
A golden coloured cushion starfish. It has 5 pointed arms. The top of the star fish is bumpy. Underneath it has 5 grooves running down the length of each arm.
Accession No
A100.519

Name/Title
Evechinus chlorotieus. A dried urchin. The spines are all broken off. It is a green in colour with greyish bumps. It has 5 'arms' down the outside.
Accession No
A100.520

Name/Title
Ophiomyxa brivirima. It has a small circular disc with 5 long thin arms coming off it. The arms are spiny and banded with pale and dark grey and whites.
Accession No
A100.521

Name/Title
A long barb from a stingray. It is bony with numerous minute backward pointed spines running down both edges.
Accession No
A100.522

Name/Title
A barb from a stingray. It is bony with numerous minute backward pointed spines running down both edges.
Accession No
A100.523

Name/Title
A dark brown reddish coloured seed case. It is oval in shape with rounded ends. It is almost flat being thinner than wide. Smooth to touch. It has a hole at one end where contents has been removed.
Accession No
A100.524

Name/Title
It has a small central disc with 7 thick arms coming off it.
Accession No
A100.525

Name/Title
Ophiopteris antipodum. A small starfish. It has a small central disc with 5 spiny arms coming of it. The arms are thin and fragile. It is black in colour.
Accession No
A100.526

Name/Title
A large white urchin shell. It has large bumps from where the spines once attached. There is a small hole on the top and a large one on the bottom.
Accession No
A100.527

Name/Title
A small-medium sized crab. It is orange-red in colour. The pinchers are black . One is larger than the other and the larger one is opened. It has 4 pairs of legs with the two pinchers.
Accession No
A100.528

Name/Title
Ovalipes catharus. A small dried crab. It is a orange in colour with the front of the carapace and legs being lighter. The back legs are flattened like paddles. The edge of the carapace has what appears to be spines around the top half. The pinchers are tucked under the body.
Accession No
A100.529

Name/Title
Cyclograpsus lavauxi. A small sized crab. It is pale and red in colour. The legs and pinchers have red flecks. The legs have hairs on the top edge.
Accession No
A100.530

Name/Title
Cyclograpsus lavauxi. A small sized crab. It is pale in colour. There are two red spots on the top of the carapace by the head. The legs and pinchers have red flecks. The legs have hairs on the top edge.
Accession No
A100.531

Name/Title
A part of a crab leg. It appears to be the hind leg. The tip has tuffs of hairs on it. At the end that would attach to the body is a large spine. The leg is pale in colour with red mottling.
Accession No
A100.532

Name/Title
A dried seahorse. It is a dark brown colour. There are small holes in the body and face. The tail is coiled.
Accession No
A100.533

Name/Title
Evechinus chloroticus. A small dried test (shell). It is green in colour with numerous minute bumps covering the whole specimen. The bumps were where the spines attached to the shell. The is a small hole at the top and a larger hole on the bottom. The urchin has been hollowed out.
Accession No
A100.534

Name/Title
Evechinus chloroticus. A small dried test (shell). It is green in colour with numerous long and short spines. The spines are tipped with yellow. This specimen is not hollowed out and is fully complete.
Accession No
A100.535

Name/Title
Perna canalicula. A small mussel shell. It is greenish brown in colour. There are two halves to the bivalve. The inside is a pearly white.
Accession No
A100.536

Name/Title
Perna canalicula. A small mussel shell. It is greenish brown in colour. There are two halves to the bivalve. The inside is a pearly white.
Accession No
A100.537

Name/Title
Perna canalicula. A small mussel shell. It is greenish brown in colour. There are two halves to the bivalve. The inside is a pearly white.
Accession No
A100.538

Name/Title
Perna canalicula. A small mussel shell. It is greenish brown in colour. There are two halves to the bivalve. The inside is a pearly white.
Accession No
A100.539
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